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I use it daily in my office with double-sided laser printing on a Xerox Workcentre 6515 and I've never noticed any kind of bleed through. It's a great paper stock for office use.
Mario
· January 11, 2022
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On 20Sept2019 I spoke to "Jasmine" at (800) 242-2148. That number is International Paper Company and Hammerhill is one of their brand names. I got that number from the Hammerhill web site. She tells me that you can use their uncoated inkjet paper or their uncoated laser printer in either type of printer without conc… see more On 20Sept2019 I spoke to "Jasmine" at (800) 242-2148. That number is International Paper Company and Hammerhill is one of their brand names. I got that number from the Hammerhill web site. She tells me that you can use their uncoated inkjet paper or their uncoated laser printer in either type of printer without concerns for damage to either type of printer. Those are their uncoated papers. She said, however, that you cannot use their laser glossy in inkjets. (I did not ask but I guess that ink will glob or be poorly absorbed if their laser glossy is used in an inkjet printer. I asked her specifically about the printer damage rumors in these reviews. She said no such damage will occur so I don't know where these rumors are starting but I don't believe them. Like others here, I would like to order only one type of paper for all my printers. So, I am ordering Hammerhill Laser Print paper because it is listed as 98 bright, 24 pound weight, and it is described as extra smooth. I will use it in my inkjets and in my laser and after talking to Jasmine, I'll have no reservations nor concerns about damage to either printer. I also expect that the inkjet performance on this laser paper will be exceptionally pleasing even when used in inkjets when compared to the average multipurpose paper on the market from other manufacturers. see less On 20Sept2019 I spoke to "Jasmine" at (800) 242-2148. That number is International Paper Company and Hammerhill is one of their brand names. I got that number from the Hammerhill web site. She tells me that you can use their uncoated inkjet paper or their uncoated laser printer in either type of printer without concerns for damage to either type of printer. Those are their uncoated papers. She said, however, that you cannot use their laser glossy in inkjets. (I did not ask but I guess that ink will glob or be poorly absorbed if their laser glossy is used in an inkjet printer. I asked her specifically about the printer damage rumors in these reviews. She said no such damage will occur so I don't know where these rumors are starting but I don't believe them. Like others here, I would like to order only one type of paper for all my printers. So, I am ordering Hammerhill Laser Print paper because it is listed as 98 bright, 24 pound weight, and it is described as extra smooth. I will use it in my inkjets and in my laser and after talking to Jasmine, I'll have no reservations nor concerns about damage to either printer. I also expect that the inkjet performance on this laser paper will be exceptionally pleasing even when used in inkjets when compared to the average multipurpose paper on the market from other manufacturers.
Rusty
· September 20, 2019
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Make sure you order it from the specific seller that offers free shipping (and DO NOT use "1 Click Buying"!).
Amazon listings can be annoying/confusing because they sometimes list products sold by multiple sellers without making it entirely clear which seller you'd be buying from when you click "Add to Cart."

Mike
· August 25, 2015
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no not glossy, but it is a smooth surface.
D Harrison
· March 18, 2016
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I use it for the Cricut infusible ink markers
Andrea Simmons
· April 3, 2021
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Yes, this is really smooth paper. It’s a quality paper and we never have issues with using it in a paper tray or bypass tray. The color printing on it is rich. This is the only paper brand that I like and buy for our office printer.
Georgia's mom
· January 7, 2020
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I have a WorkSmart Brother printer and I just started to use this paper. And it’s great. Your standard paper is 20lb and this is 24lb. While it may not seem like a difference, it surely is.

Previously printing with 20lb paper would have where you could see the printing on the other side. But I don’t have this with … see more
I have a WorkSmart Brother printer and I just started to use this paper. And it’s great. Your standard paper is 20lb and this is 24lb. While it may not seem like a difference, it surely is.

Previously printing with 20lb paper would have where you could see the printing on the other side. But I don’t have this with the 24lb paper at all. Not even with color.

I would definitely recommend this paper for duplex printing over any 20lb paper. Previously, I used 32lb paper but found it jammed too easily in my printer and while I liked the thickness and the look of it, I realized it didn’t need to be that thick for the job I was using it for.

So that’s why I went with the 24lb and I think it was the perfect solution. see less
I have a WorkSmart Brother printer and I just started to use this paper. And it’s great. Your standard paper is 20lb and this is 24lb. While it may not seem like a difference, it surely is.

Previously printing with 20lb paper would have where you could see the printing on the other side. But I don’t have this with the 24lb paper at all. Not even with color.

I would definitely recommend this paper for duplex printing over any 20lb paper. Previously, I used 32lb paper but found it jammed too easily in my printer and while I liked the thickness and the look of it, I realized it didn’t need to be that thick for the job I was using it for.

So that’s why I went with the 24lb and I think it was the perfect solution.

Jennifer Felton
· October 9, 2021
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The package only states “Made in The USA”
David White
· November 4, 2019
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You would want to use 32lb paper or even greater. 24 lb. paper would be a bit thin. Question becomes....will your printer work on 32 lb. paper? Best check with the printer tech guys to make sure.
PLB
· September 18, 2019
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I would not recommend this for colored pencils. The paper texture is very strong and almost waxy.
Sinclaír
· June 19, 2016